Extra Curricular Activities

 

Grosse Ile Middle School has 4 seasons for sports that are available to our 7th and 8th graders: Fall, Winter 1, Winter 2, and Spring.

 

Middle School Sports

                                                                         

                Fall               Winter 1             Winter 2                 Spring
       
Football 7th Grade Boys Basketball 7th Grade Girls Basketball 7th Grade Boys Baseball
Fall Cheer 8th Grade Boys Basketball 8th Grade Girls Basketball 8th Grade Boys Baseball
Boys Cross Country Competitive Cheer Wrestling 7th Grade Girls Softball
Girls Cross Country     8th Grade Girls Softball
7th Grade Girls Volleyball     Boys Track
8th Grade Girls Volleyball     Girls Track

 

Builders Club

Builders Club is an inernational-led organization providing members withopportunuties to perform service, build character and develop leadership.

Distinguished Scholar

The Grosse Ile Middle School Distinguished Scholar Program is an opportunity for the highest achieving students to extend their learning outside the traditional classroom. Students admitted to the program will create personal projects, receive professional mentorship, and pursue topics in which they are passionate. 

Robiotics

The Grosse Ile Middle School Robotics team, also known as IntelliGIMS, is a registered team of the international FIRST League. Comprised of 7th and 8th graders, we participate in the FIRST Tech Challenge program. The team is for students interested in being better prepared for science, technology, engineering, and math studies in high school and beyond. We are excited to be building, programming and driving our robot as well as tracking our team operations. Our main focus is on trying to perform all tasks in a seasonal game. Another part of our team is to develop a sustainability plan with the goal of giving back to our community.

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad is a science team that consists of 25+ events.  Some are building events, some are knowledge events.  The students have about 5 months in which to learn everything they can about the topics they chose to compete, working closely with 1 or more teammates to become the best at their events.  These include things like building the lightest but strongest Tower to support a hanging weight, Anatomy and Physiology to learn about the Endocrine & Nervous System, Roller Coaster, Wind Power, and Dynamic Planet to name just a few.  Then our team competes against 20-30 other schools who are preparing for those same events.  It's a great time to show off your science skills, hang with your friends, and win some medals and bragging rights.


Student Council

Student government is important and a needed introduction as to how communities run in our society. Student council students meet everyday and plan activities for all students to engage in throughout the school year. The activities they sponsor range from clothing and food drives to dances and end-of-the-year activities. This year, during the Christmas season, they held a contest and collected over 500 pair of pajamas for the needy.
 

WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) 

The WEB program was an exciting addition to our school.It was implemented four years ago and teaches eighth graders to become mentors for the incoming sixth graders. They also serve as role models for the entire school. The eighth graders are trained during the summer and ready once the school year begins. They get together with the sixth graders throughout the school year and their responsibility is: being a friend, giving advice, and offering another type of leadership in our school.